Queens District Attorney
Indentifcation of incidents on Staten Island increased more than 200 percent last year under the same program.
Luis Chango, 45, and Rosa Jerez, 37, were arraigned Monday on multiple charges, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said.
A computer technician for a company contracted to do work for Long Island schools pleaded guilty Friday to possessing child pornography.
The district attorney’s office said the 12-year-old girl, weighing only 58 pounds, was repeatedly beaten and starved between Dec. 1, 2012 and May 6, 2014.
Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said Richard Thomas was arraigned on first degree rape and sodomy charges for the July 1996 attack.
Queens District Attorney Richard Brown announced the indictment of a convict for two rape cases dating back to 1997. Johnny Dupree was indicted Friday on charges of raping two women in Richmond Hill, Queens in separate attacks more than 16 years ago.
Richard A. Brown says two men have been indicted on charges that they forced three teenage girls to work as prostitutes.
A school minivan driver was busted by police this week, after allegedly being caught in a sex sting by an NYPD detective pretending to be a 14-year-old girl.
Queens District Attorney Richard Brown applauded the juries for their abhorrence for the senseless killings of other human beings.
John Eberling, 76, was struck and killed by a a maroon Nissan Pathfinder as he crossed Jamaica Avenue at 80th Street in Woodhaven on Feb. 27.
Police say Humayoun Nabi, 27, and Ismail Alsarabbi, 32, wanted to buy boots, winter coats and other gear for Taliban fighters. They have been arrested on state-level terrorism charges.
Roberto Espinal and Danny Cano are accused of taking bribes ranging from $40 to $1,500 for copies of official NYPD accident reports.
Authorities said suspect Steven Torres, 22, admitted to the stabbing because he said Ever Orozco blew him kisses and made sexual advances.
Queens District Attorney Richard Brown announced Richard Ferrugio of Ozone Park was convicted Monday of aggravated cruelty to animals and fourth-degree weapon possession.
Seven people from New York and New Jersey stood accused this weekend of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax refund checks from the federal government.